The Opelousas Museum & Interpretive Center invites all to a gathering with the Coco Tribe of Canneci Tinne
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Representatives from CASA, St. Landry-Evangeline United Way and Delek Refinery gather at the Ray Home to receive a donation from St. Landry-Evangeline United Way and Delek Refinery on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Several Opelousas citizens expressed their displeasure before city officials Tuesday night as they described yards soaked with water and in some cases extended waits for overseeing the connection of commercial sewer lines.
Opelousas Councilwoman Delita Rubin Broussard third annual Easter Basket giveaway. was held Saturday at North City Park.
Peace Rally and march held Saturday, March 11 The march began on Bellevue Street in downtown Opelousas and ended at Holy Ghost Catholic Church.
LAFAYETTE – After earning its school-record fifth consecutive bowl appearance, the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Football team will make its first-ever appearance in the 46th Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl in Shreveport, it was announced on Sunday. Louisiana (6-6) will travel up Interstate 49 to face American Athletic Conference member Houston (7-5) in the contest scheduled for Friday, Read More…
Meet the 2022 Opelousas High School Tigers
Some citizens of Opelousas today are descendants of New York orphans who came to Opelousas in the early 1900s.
Opelousas is the Zydeco Capital of the world and is also known for other varieties of music in its local culture. From its beginnings as a community, Opelousas had a mixture of many different ethnic groups and cultures. From the native people who were the first inhabitants, to the French, Spanish, Africans, Acadians, Creoles, Germans, Read More…
CASA of St Landry-Evangeline is collecting toy donations for their Annual Christmas Foster Youth Christmas Party.